The Miramichi Reader, January 17, 2022

"A deeply personal and thought-provoking read. Each story provided a source of reflection and caused me to question my own lived experience as a Newfoundlander." – Stephanie Collins

Atlantic Books Today, January 10, 2022

"RrRequired reading for residents and tourists alike.... a myth-buster of a book that breaks down the misperception that diversity is an import good in the province." – Jenn Thornhill Verma

The Telegram, December 31, 2021

"Incisive and enlightening collection of essays challenging the notion that diversity is something only recently 'brought to' Newfoundland and Labrador." – Joan Sullivan

The Telegram, November 5, 2021

"The stories are as rich and varied as the voices.... altogether the chapters compose an eye–opening, illuminating, and necessary read." – Joan Sullivan

Quill & Quire, July/August 2021

"This collection shows Newfoundland contains multitudes, as writers observe the province through the lens of their identities. From NunatuKavut Inuk spoken-word artist and professor Julie Bull’s poem weaving together the strands of their identity to queer disabled playwright Paul David Power’s meditation on the magnetic lure of home, Land of Many Shores debunks the myth of a homogenous Newfoundland." –Ryan Porter

Media Coverage

Land of Many Shores on Let's Get Writing

December 8, 2021

Ainsley Hawthorn on Out of the Fog

October 27, 2021

Segment begins at 10:34

March 6, 2021

The Toronto Star

July 10, 2020

The Afternoon Show with Jess Brady (Global News Radio London)